Disguise releases its latest software, r17.2

Conceptual art of disguise r17.2

With its latest release r17.2, disguise introduces improvements to help users optimise their workflow at home such as Application Mode and devise new concepts to connect with audiences online with Augmented Reality and 360 video.

A key new addition in r17.2 is the ability to run disguise’s Designer software in ‘Application Mode’. The new mode enables Designer to run alongside multiple applications so users can perform tasks concurrently and “effortlessly” switch between its software and other apps. With Application Mode, users can pull content from the web into a project to work up concepts and share work-in-progress with others to communicate progress, gather feedback and collaborate better.

r17.2 also introduces support for HTC VIVE tracking accessories, which make it possible to develop AR experiences at home without high-end tracking equipment. HTC VIVE accessories can be used to emulate camera or object tracking systems, so users can work up AR concepts from lockdown in their home office set-up.

Furthermore, r17.2 allows users to create simple AR screens without the need for other tools so they can quickly test out ideas for AR experiences. In addition, with the new ‘Spherical Camera’ in r17.2, users can render 360 video content, in disguise, engaging content for online audiences. 360 video is also a valuable addition to users’ remote production toolkit, enabling them to test out arrangements, gather feedback and gain confidence before sharing content. Users with a VR headset can also enter the 360 experience or share with others to view using a VR player.

Download r17.2 from: bit.ly/35b20wH

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